Undergraduate Tuition Rates

Duquesne's tuition reflects our legacy of academic excellence, our quality academic programs, faculty and facilities. 

  • Tuition varies by school and program and is adjusted each year.
  • These rates are for undergraduate, full-time students, for the 2021-22 academic year.
  • These flat tuition rates apply to a semester course load of 12 to 18 credits, except Doctor of Pharmacy, Traditional Day Pathway, (Years 3-6).  See below for per credit tuition rate.
  • Per credit charges apply in semester course loads under 12 credits, considered part-time. Course levels greater than 18 are charged at the flat rate plus a per credit charge for each credit in excess of 18.
  • Students may also be charged administrative fees or room and board ,when applicable.
  • 99% of freshmen receive some type of financial assistance.
  • Learn more about how Duquesne helps to make education affordable.

Undergraduate Tuition for 2021-2022 Academic Year

Undergraduate Programs
Two Semesters
   (Fall/Spring)*

Liberal Arts, Education, Business, HMS, Nursing, Natural & Environmental Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and Spiritan Division
BS/BA Public Health,BS Health Sciences, and BS Health Administration

$43,526
Health Sciences Professional Programs $50,164
Pre-Profesional Pharmacy (Years 1-2) $45,896
Music $48,592

Nursing - Second Undergraduate Degree**
     12 month option:
     16 month option 1 selected prior to program start
     16 month option 2 selected BEFORE the second semester begins


$59,302
$59,428
$64,110

Doctor of Pharmacy-Traditional Day Pathway (Years 3-6) $ 1,723 per credit

*Certain programs do require a summer enrollment not included in the amounts listed above.  Please refer to your curriculum for clairification.
**All second degree nursing students are billed a $3,100 technology fee divided between the fall and spring terms. Students in the 16 month programs are billed an additional $120 technology fee for the additional semester of study.


Understanding College Costs

Comparing college costs is a complex process. Your actual cost of education depends on the financial aid that you qualify for, the program you attend, whether you live on campus, off campus and how far you commute.

When comparing costs, you should remember that 80 percent of Duquesne students receive some form of financial aid and your final costs may be more affordable than you realize.

We also provide payment plans to help budget each semester's charges over several months.

Anyone who has an interest in attending Duquesne should meet with our financial aid office before making a decision.

Helpful Links:

Undergraduate Admissions

Financial Aid

Net Price Calculator (NPC): Prospective undergraduate students only 

Updated March 9, 2021